Are you ready to get started? Are you willing to accept the Countdown to Christmas Challenge? Our first day’s goal is to gather the bones for your holiday planner: a three-ring binder, a three-hole puncher, 5 to 8 tabbed dividers (preferably with pockets), and a zipper pocket to hold pens and odds-and-ends. Of course, a holiday planner doesn’t have to be paper. For those who would prefer to go paperless, you can easily create a holiday planner on your computer by naming a folder and storing your ideas there. Or create a Pinterest board and name it Holiday Planner (or whatever you’d like). A holiday planner is a great place to keep all of your activities, recipes, schedules, ideas, and lists. It will become your “holiday central” over the next 100 days. Find out more on how to create your own holiday planner here. Each day here at 100 Days to Christmas, you’ll find the tips, tricks, and reminders to get you planning and motivated for the holiday season.
Follow along on your own or charge ahead with the 100 Days to Christmsa 2012 eBook. The eBook has bonus links to lists from ListPlanIt.com, links to recipes/crafts, and lots more through our boards on Pinterest. Find out how to get the eBook for FREE here.
ListPlanIt.com has hundreds of printable lists and planning pages, all geared toward helping you to live a more organized life. In ListPlanIt’s Holidays & Occasions, you’ll find everything you need to make any holiday a meaningful success such as calendars, daily and weekly planners, card lists, wish lists, gift lists, a cookie/candy planner, party planning pages, holiday meal planning pages, grocery lists, and so much more!
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